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Fewer than one in five small UK firms have prepared for...
With less than two weeks until the Brexit transition period ends on December 31, new research has revealed that only 18% of small businesses have prepared for the UK's divorce from the EU.
Zego bags licence to protect it from the Brexit fallout
Mobility insurance provider Zego claims to have become the first UK InsurTech to secure a European broking licence, ensuring its European expansion plans post Brexit in the process.
FCA warns firms to be ready for Brexit being completed on...
A City watchdog has warned firms that the Brexit transition period will be over in less than a month's time as the government is still working on a last-minute deal with the EU.
Tech visa applications surge as the UK head into final Brexit...
As the FinTech and RegTech industries brace for the UK's imminent divorce from the EU, a new report reveals that tech visa applications have increased in the past two years.
What will Brexit mean for UK FinTech?
The UK is home to one of the world's most thriving FinTech and RegTech communities, but Brexit has raised concerns about whether the future of the ecosystem is at risk.
Curve Brexit-proofs its EEA access with new Lithuanian branch
Curve has taken a page from Revolut's playbook by setting up a subsidiary in Lithuania in an effort to ensure access to the EU after Brexit.
ESMA postpones changes to EMIR until March 2021 because of Brexit
The EU’s securities markets regulator has postponed the applicability date of the updated European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) validation rules to March 8, 2021.
FCA, PRA and Bank of England warn insurers against failing to...
Three of the UK's top financial market regulators have signed a joint letter warning insurers against resting on their laurels when it comes to preparing for Brexit on December 31.
How OakNorth has weathered the Covid-19 crisis and Brexit so far
Despite Covid-19 and Brexit, challenger bank OakNorth claims to have been able to avoid many of the hurdles other neobanks have faced.
FCA responds to ESMA assessment of financial trade reporting post-Brexit
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has launched a new assessment of British trading venues to see how well they can keep trading after Brexit. Now the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a response.